FIT (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for Nonprofit Communicators

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Looking for an opportunity to improve your social media engagement this summer? The Workshop is now offering an introductory social media course, Get FIT (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter): Social Media for Beginners. We’ll review how to set up an account for your organization, audience demographics and the best strategies for authentic engagement on each platform. Please bring a smart phone and/or a tablet, as well as a laptop if possible, as this will be a hands-on course!

When: Thursday, June 25th
Time: 9am – noon
Where: Columbia College Chicago
Address: 33 E. Congress Parkway, Chicago, IL
Cost: $95
Trainers: Susy Schultz and Jocelyn Perry

Our trainings are priced for nonprofit organizations. If you are a corporation, individual, or small nonprofit organization (annual budget < $100,000), please contact us for alternate rates.

Register today.


Susy Schultz on WBEZ’s Afternoon Shift


In case you missed it: Workshop president Susy Schultz joined Kristin McQueary from the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board and host Niala Boodhoo on WBEZ’s Afternoon Shift on Friday, May 22, 2015 to discuss the week’s headlines including mental health and the criminal justice system, particularly the Cook County Jail; Mayor Emanuel’s second inauguration; and the end of the millionaire tax bill in Springfield.

Schultz highlighted the stories she felt had been missed by the mainstream press, including an Englewood youth/police baseball league and the wonderful youth engagement programs at The Montessori School of Englewood.


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